After months of construction to overhaul Westfield Valley Fair Mall, the Silicon Valley Business Journal got a sneak peek of what the $1.1 billion project will look like once the massive overhaul is complete. The project is being completed in phases and expands its 200-shop portfolio to more than 360 storefronts over the next two years.
The currently 1.5 million-square-foot shopping mall is slated to get an approximately 650,000-square-foot expansion that will include a new 10-restaurant outdoor dining district, a three-story Bloomingdales and a ShowPlace ICON Theater with valet service and adult-only seating areas.
But with 22 million annual customer visits and more than $900 million in annual retail sales as of the end of 2016, Valley Fair, which sits in both San Jose and Santa Clara, is already one of the most popular in the state and is competitive with other malls nationally.
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